Lunar Occultation Reappearance Star SAO 98574
Taken by John Chumack on September 17, 2017 @ Dayton, Ohio USA
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Date Taken: 2017:09:17 20:06:32
 
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A Lunar Occultation early Sunday morning! You can see the Star just peeking out from the Earthshine Lunar Limb.
Here is a still image I captured and you can watch my YouTube Video via the link below.
A Lunar Occultation Reappearance of Star SAO 98574
magnitude 6.83 star reappears from behind the Earthshine Lunar Limb on 09-17-2017 10:03 U.T. I was feeling under the weather Saturday Night fighting a bad chest cold, I wanted to wake up for it, but I ended up over sleeping, when i woke and realized I was missing the Occultation, I dragged myself out to the back yard observatory that morning, at least I was able to catch part of it, the Reappearance of the Star from behind the Moon. Check out my video of it…
6 inch Newt. Reflector, ZWO 174MM cooled CMOS Camera, 10 second exposure. Animation auto played back at several frames rates from 2fps to 10fps. Captured
from my backyard Observatory in Dayton, Ohio USA.
watch the video here
https://youtu.be/xFp4mjZlRok

Best Regards,
John Chumack
www.galacticimages.com
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